translated from Spanish: Bolsonaro after the primaries in Argentina: «It is on the same path as Venezuela»

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro said on Wednesday that «leftist bandits have begun to return to power», following the victory of ‘kichnerista’ Alberto Fernández in the primaries held on Sunday in Argentina.» Look what’s going on in Argentina. Argentina is heading for chaos. Argentina is on the same path as Venezuela, because in the first left bandits have begun to return to power,» he said, according to Brazilian newspaper ‘Folha de Sao Paulo’. Bolsonaro said Monday that Brazil could see a wave of migrants fleeing Argentina if its Argentine counterpart, Mauricio Macri, fails to re-elected in the elections scheduled for October this year. During an event in the south of the country, Bolsonaro stated that a defeat of Macri could lead to a migration crisis similar to that experienced in the north of the country due to political instability in Venezuela.» We don’t want that: Argentinian brothers fleeing here, seeing how horrible it could be if yesterday’s vote (Sunday) is confirmed in October,» said Brazilian President, who described former Argentine staff Cristina Fernández de Kirchner as a «sunist leftist.» Bolsonaro’s words came after Alberto Fernández prevailed on Sunday in the Simultaneous and Compulsory Open Primaries (PASO) held in Argentina with 47.27 percent of the vote. Macri, who won 32.33 percent of the vote, has acknowledged that the primaries have been «bad» for his party, something that «forces us to redouble our efforts so that in October we get the support needed to continue the change.» During Wednesday’s day, the Argentine president announced a package of «relief measures» that millions of workers and their families will benefit from in an effort to alleviate the economic situation in the country. The so-called PASO has been held for a decade, and they decide political parties and which candidates will attend the presidential elections whose first round will be held on October 27 of this year.

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